“Speaking Out”: One Congregation’s Experience of the Study Guide, Speaking Out Against Racism and Hate in Canada

2022-04-08T10:45:08-04:00December 15th, 2020|Categories: Justice|Tags: |

The Rev. John Borthwick, minister of St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Guelph, Ont., reflects on his congregation’s study about racism and hate in Canada.

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Treaties and Covenants

2021-03-10T09:37:31-05:00December 15th, 2020|Categories: Healing & Reconciliation, Justice|Tags: , |

The Rev. Kenn Stright, a retired Presbyterian minister and member of the Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee, writes about the significance of Treaty rights and why Mi’kmaq fishing rights are important to him.

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Seeking Justice: In the City, In the Church

2020-06-26T11:03:18-04:00June 26th, 2020|Categories: Justice|Tags: |

In January, Presbyterians in Ottawa, Ont., attended a conference hosted by Citizens for Public Justice. The Rev. Dr. Karen Dimock highlights moments from the day that she is carrying into her ministry.

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Reading for Change: Undoing Border Imperialism

2020-07-15T14:23:11-04:00June 26th, 2020|Categories: Justice|Tags: |

This spring, Carragh Erhardt, Justice Ministries, joined an online book club organized by Presbyterian Peace Fellowship in reading Undoing Border Imperialism by Harsha Walia. The book is an invitation to faithfully reconsider the borders that define our world.

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